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2015-01-10 21_27_06-Greenshot capture 2015-01-10 21_28_49-Device And there’s a trick to uninstalling the above properly and making it reinstall as well, if you simply do the above and keep using the system, it will reinstall back automatically and revert to the previous issue which you had , you need to shut down your laptop properly, keep it shut down without any AC charge or anything, for 8-10 hrs.Usually do this before going to bed, wake up and when you get time, then turn it back on by holding the power button for a few seconds until the white light turns on, doing so I realized the battery showed accurate results and not prolonged the previous issues stated otherwise above.Do remember by then, I had already updated my Bios version as stated in Point 1 already.The possible fix in my case was to go to my Device Manager ONLY nothing else.Perhaps I want to offer some way for apps to change their icons on the fly, even though there are no standards for it. Perhaps I do not intend to use icons at all, as my home screen is optimized for the visually impaired, and so it is using text-to-speech and hardware key input.It's my home screen implementation, and I can do what I want.To calibrate your battery, there are many ways of doing it, if you follow the book, but the most easiest and convenient one I did/used was, used the laptop continuously until I have drained out the battery to its maximum capacity, whereby you start receiving warnings at levels ‘10%’, ‘5%’, ‘2%’ and ‘Create a new Power-plan’ called ‘Calibrate Battery’ Go to Advanced Settings of this power plan Change Hibernate to Do Nothing.
Or memory cleaner that shows percentage of used memory... And I found that my launcher do show the current time in the Clock app icon and the current date in the Calendar icon. The operating system should have done something with the two apps and changed their icons dynamically without the launcher beings aware of it.The calendar changes its icon for each day showing day of month's number. Samsung's home screen on those same Samsung devices can have special rules for rendering an icon for Samsung's calendar app, rules that involve showing the day of the month. If you install a third-party home screen, it may not do the same thing.There is also an Alarm clock app which changes its icon setting the current time, in other words, changing every minute. After all, I can write a home screen in an hour or so, and I feel quite confident that I don't have to do anything special for Samsung's calendar app.Chris Lacy, the developer behind the well-known Action Launcher, has uncovered something in the APK file of the Clock app that comes in Android O: the mentions hours, minutes, and seconds as layers with default values, and the icon has separate images for the background and different elements.That logically lead him to deduce that starting with Android O, the Clock app's icon will be animated to show the current time.